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Welcome to our HQ. Here you'll find events and exhibits held at 50 Sussex Dr. in Ottawa by Canadian Geographic, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and our partners.

Canada Embassy of Norway Royal Canadian Geographical Society Roald Amundsen

Left: Cloth-bound editions of a new English translation of Roald Amundsen’s Northwest Passage diary on display at a celebration co-hosted by the Embassy of Norway and The Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Right: Norway’s Ambassador to Canada Anne Kari Ovind with RCGS CEO John Geiger. (Photos: Nick Walker/Lindsay Ralph/Canadian Geographic)

Photos: Nick Walker/Lindsay Ralph/Canadian Geographic
The Embassy of Norway has gifted Canada with the first English translation of Roald Amundsen’s Northwest Passage diaries, reaffirming a shared polar past and future 
Mark Kristmanson, Alex Trebek, Andrew Leslie and John Geiger at the 50 Sussex announcement

Left to right: Mark Kristmanson, CEO of the National Capital Commission; Jeopardy! host and honourary RCGS president Alex Trebek; L. Gen (Ret'd) Andrew Leslie, MP for Orléans and Chief Government Whip; and John Geiger, CEO of the RCGS celebrate the announcement that 50 Sussex Drive in Ottawa will become Canada's Centre for Geography and Exploration. (Photo: Colin Rowe/Canadian Geographic)

Photo: Colin Rowe/Canadian Geographic
A defense of modern cartography, a northern map tour kickoff, and a new home for geography and exploration in Canada

RCGS Honorary President Alex Trebek and RCGS CEO John Geiger stand in front of the Society's new home at 50 Sussex Dr. in Ottawa, Ontario. (Photo: Colin Rowe/Canadian Geographic)

Colin Rowe/Canadian Geographic
The Royal Canadian Geographical Society announces forthcoming Canada's Centre for Geography and Exploration

Alex Trebek, président honoraire de la SGRC, et John Geiger, chef de l’administration, devant la nouvelle résidence de la Société géographique au 50 promenade Sussex, Ottawa, Ontario. (Photo : Colin Rowe/Canadian Geographic)

Colin Rowe/Canadian Geographic
La Société géographique royale du Canada annonce l’ouverture de son nouveau centre de la Géographie et de l’Exploration du Canada
The exterior of 50 Sussex Drive, formerly the Canada and the World Pavilion

The exterior of 50 Sussex Drive, formerly the Canada and the World Pavilion and soon to be Canada's Centre for Geography and Exploration. (Photo courtesy National Capital Commission/Commission de la capitale nationale)

Photo courtesy National Capital Commission/Commission de la capitale nationale
Get to know the new home of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society and Canadian Geographic
Le 50 promenade Sussex, vu de l’extérieur, autrefois appelé Canada Pavillion-Monde, sera bientôt nommé le Centre de la géographie et de l’exploration. (Photo : gracieuseté de la Commission de la capitale nationale)

Le 50 promenade Sussex, vu de l’extérieur, autrefois appelé Canada Pavillion-Monde, sera bientôt nommé le Centre de la géographie et de l’exploration. (Photo : gracieuseté de la Commission de la capitale nationale)

Photo : gracieuseté de la Commission de la capitale nationale
Apprenez davantage sur la nouvelle résidence de la Société géographique royale du Canada et le Canadian Geographic
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